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All Kentuckians are mandated reporters. If you believe a child is being abused or neglected, call the Child Protection Hotline.

1-877-KYSAFE1 or 1-877-597-2331

For contact information in other states, please visit our Report It page.

Additional Support:

Child help: National Abuse Hotline:
1-800-4-CHILD
or 1-800-422-4453

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Face It® Friday: Indoor Family Fun for Cold Days! Although winter isn't officially here, it's definitely cold in most parts of Kentucky! In the coming weeks, schools will be out for winter break meaning most kids will be spending time at home with parents or caregivers. Keeping children occupied for an extended amount of...

By Elizabeth Seacat It’s Friday afternoon and you’re ready for the long, quiet, relaxing weekend ahead.  Okay, let’s be honest.  We are parents.  We are busy, tired parents who rarely have a quiet relaxing weekend.  My idea of quiet is midnight when I can finally put my feet up, but I...

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Face It Contact: Mara Powell mpowell@kyyouth.org 502-895-8167*122 Kosair Charities Contact: Lindsay Wehr lwehr@kosair.org 502-637-7696 LOUISVILLE, KY (November 14, 2018) – The 2018 holiday season is coming up and, as families gather to celebrate and spend time together, Face It® is sharing tips for family, friends, neighbors, and the broader community to keep kids safe. The holidays can...

Fall 2018 Face It® Newsletter The Kosair Charities® Face It® Movement continues to engage and activate our partners and community members. This Fall, Face It has been busy spreading the word of the work at conferences, with releasing our newest caregiver tool, a guide with 10 Free Activities to Connect with...

By Jessie Whitish [gallery type="slideshow" columns="2" size="full" link="file" ids="4026,4027"] Traveling with my son—now nearly three years old—requires an extra suitcase. Is it full of snacks, extra clothes, or enriching toys? No. It’s packed with all the things he loves to sleep with in his bed at night! His sleep sack, two light...

Transitioning from being at home with a new baby to child care can be terrifying for new parents. I thought I would keep my daughter at home with me until she was at least 1 year old so I was in no rush to look for child care. Unfortunately, I...

By Tina Agonva In 2008, I became a young parent raising a newborn. It was not easy. Kentucky has 57,000 children who are living with a parent who is between 18 and 24 years old, according to the latest policy report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation, Opening Doors for Young Parents....